To visit Agra is to go out for a stroll through history. A large portion of its landmarks are surely understood, however there are a number tombs, places of worship, burial grounds and garden that stay unexplored.

Taj Mahal Agra

See the Taj-by day break, day, nightfall and, in the event that you are fortunate, by moonlight as well. In the event that you need to see the genuine excellence of the Taj, see the Taj by day break, day, nightfall, and on the off chance that you need to be fortunate see by moonlight.

Agra Fort

A monstrous complex known for its heavenly building styles and uncommon mix of stylish sensitivities of three Mughal rulers Akbar, Jahangir and Shahjahan, the Agra Fort is of much verifiable significance. Otherwise called the Red Fort or Lal Quila this walled royal residence resembles a little city inside a city and was finished in a period range of 8 years. The fort recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983.

Fatehpur Sikri Agra

The city is likewise celebrated for its rugs, gold string weaving and cowhide shoes. The city of Agra is popular for its floor coverings, gold string weaving which is extremely extraordinary, and last is the immaculate cowhide shoes.

Mehtab Bagh

A greenery enclosure based on the banks of Yamuna River, Mehtab Bagh was developed by Emperor Babur and was the remainder of a progression of 11 such gardens worked along the east bank of the waterway. Mehtab Bagh was worked as an essential part of the Taj mind boggling as the greenhouses of the Taj are splendidly adjusted to Mehtab Bagh, making it the best place to see the Taj from.

Mehtab Bagh additionally joins two different greenhouses toward the west known as the Chahar Bagh Padshshi and Second Chahar Bagh Padshahi. Initially, four sandstone towers denoted the edges of Mehtab Bagh of which stand out at the south east edge remains. The greenery enclosures additionally contain a vast lake on its external edges which mirrors the picture of the Taj. Aside from water channels that upgrade the excellence of the common landscape, there is additionally a little tank in the focal point of the patio nursery. Visit Mehtab Bagh to make the most of its expansive walkways, blustery overhangs, excellent pools, wellsprings and organic product trees. Mehtab Bagh gives an incredible photograph chance to shutterbugs civility the perspectives of the Taj Mahal that one can get from here.

Mariam’s Tomb  

Found a kilometer north of Sikandra (a suburb of Agra) is Mariam’s Tomb, the last resting spot of Akbar’s significant other and Jahangir’s mom, Marium-uz-Zamani Begum. Mariam’s Tomb, however to a great extent plain, is a substantial sandstone structure with multifaceted carvings covering its external dividers. Not at all like other Mughal landmarks, the tomb has no arches and substantial chhatris top the sides of the working. The engineering of the tomb is a one of a kind mix of Islamic and Hindu styles, which had picked up fame amid the standard of Akbar and Jahangir. The insides of the tomb are portioned by a network of mismatching hallways and like most Mughal tombs, Mariam’s grave lies in a vault underneath the surface of the tomb.